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Summary: Jason Bourne is now hunted by the people who made him what he is. Having lost his memory and the one person he loved, he is undeterred by the barrage of bullets and a new generation of highly-trained killers. Bourne has only one objective: to go back to the beginning and find out who he was.
The best of the three. It did get a bit confusing with all the quick cuts and action, but a lot of the action scenes were better then the first two, specifically the opening 20 minutes with the cell phone. We get quite a bit more background information for Bourne (or should I say Webb). All in all, this is a great action thriller trilogy, with interesting characters.
The action was stellar, as always. The plot needed work, it felt too much like stuff we'd already seen. I like the tension between Landy and the David Strathairn character, but their stakes were higher than our Hero's, which is unconventional. However, the final scene between Bourne and Albert Finney made it all worthwhile.
(rewatch) This trilogy should seriously be considered as one of the best of all time. The Identity is the best of the 3 but this is a rare 3rd installment which is actually kickass. Sometimes they sacrifice believability to say cool lines ("If you were in your office, we'd be having this conversation in person"), but it's too cool for me to care. If you read my shit you know that I loathe shake cam and this utilizes it heavily and is still amazing, and that's saying something.
Why is this Bourne considered the best one from the trilogy? I thought the story was just horrible.. Why does everyone want him dead in this movie? Just because he MIGHT BE a danger... First and second movie were way better. Only Julia Stiles looked better in this one ;).
I really liked the directions this trilogy takes, and for a third movie I thought it was pretty excellent. It has it's misses (some of the camerawork) but it's just so cool most of the time I didn't care.
I could state how well edited and shot this film is, but that wouldn't have been very enlightening. (It's Greengrass, so you better expect these things). Instead lets compliment Julia Stiles and Damon, because they manage to portray excellent and interesting characters. (too bad Daniel Brül didn't got the chance to show his talents). ... In a nutshell: this is a pretty entertaining chase/action/spy movie, with a rogue killer who actually gives a damn.